What Is Financial Planning, Anyway?

Lee, Shelley A.
December 2001
Journal of Financial Planning;Dec2001, Vol. 14 Issue 12, p36
Academic Journal
Provides information on financial planning. Description of Snellville, Georgia as a financial planning marketplace; Selection of financial planners for wealthy residents of Gwinnett County, Georgia; Common denominator of financial planning for consumers; View of financial service regulators on financial planning.


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